Industrial emergency power
Uninterruptible power supplies or UPS are devices that guarantee uninterrupted continuity of the production cycle. Therefore, they are one of the most important and sensitive sectors in factories and industries. Due to the extreme sensitivity of this part, it is necessary to have sufficient knowledge of suitable industrial UPS It had factories, so don’t miss the continuation of this article from Tesla about industrial emergency power.
The reason for using UPS in factories
We need good quality of electricity for most industrial devices. We know that fluctuations and power outages happen in many cases. Considering the very high cost that is needed to provide or repair any device, it is better to protect the factory with a strong UPS.
The emergency power consumption in a large factory can be up to 500 kVA. Its exact amount depends on the type of electricity use and the extent of its use in terms of the number of devices and the size of the factory.
Therefore, the type of UPS depends on the type of factory, but a powerful UPS must be used. These UPS are usually large in size and high in price.
Concept of UPS (UPS)
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) in Farsi is uninterruptible power supply, which means that the power required by the devices connected to it is provided through the energy stored in the battery, which in case of interruption Electricity provides the necessary load power for devices without interruption.
UPS works with a battery and if the city electricity is connected, it uses it to charge the battery, and if the city electricity is cut off, it takes it out of the circuit and puts the battery in the circuit.
Functions of the UPS device
The main task of the UPS is to create a direct reliable connection during severe power fluctuations and power outages so that the electronic device connected to it does not suffer from problems and breakdowns. UPS uses two sources for its energy supply, the first source is city electricity, which are connected to each other with a plug, in this way, the required energy of the device is provided.
If the power goes out, the UPS comes into action and supplies the device with the energy it has stored in its batteries. The UPS battery is inactive under normal conditions, that is, the electrical energy of the electronic devices is supplied by the city electricity, and the UPS battery is also charged in the same way.
Types of UPS
There are three types of UPS based on their structure and function:
- Online UPS (online)
- UPS Line Interactive (Line interactive)
- Offline UPS (offline)
It is with double conversion method. UPS online continuously converts and continuously adjusts the voltage converts to direct voltage to charge the battery. In emergency situations, UPSs feed the output load without mechanical switching, therefore there is no delay in supplying output power, so that the delay is 30 milliseconds.
Under normal circumstances UP S offline connects the input and output through direct electrical connection. In normal conditions, the offline UPS divides the output loads directly through the input power, and when the input voltage If it is less or more than the standard value, the UPS activates the output inverter so that the output loads are powered by the battery. The sea wave form of offline PSs is sinusoidal.
UPS High Line Interactive
High Line Interactive UPS are very similar to offline UPS and the common shape of UPS is sinusoidal. In normal conditions, High Line Interactive UPS can adjust the voltage range through an auto-transformer, and the battery that is in the charging state establishes the input and output connection when the UPS battery power is cut off by the inverter to feed the consumer devices . he does.
In this article, we have reviewed industrial emergency power, we have explained their types and functions, so you can get the information you need by reading the said material.
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